Lotusphere Dropbox folder is shutting down

by Volker Weber

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Now that we have all the links to the Lotusphere presentations, the Dropbox folder does not add much value. Thanks to everyone who contributed by uploading and renaming. I never had all presentations lined up, before going to Orlando. You saved all participants a lot of work. That is all but me. :-) I am going to hit "unshare this folder" any minute.

Unfortunately, IBM is going to destroy all this work in less than two week, when Lotusphere Live becomes Lotusphere Dead.

Meanwhile, download the presentations, and add other sources in the comments. I know that Rob has some cool stuff on his site. Others, feel free to link. You know how to write an href="" link, don't you? Some of you have voiced concerns that your presentations show up elsewhere than on your site. I agree with you and am glad to provide you with an opportunity to drive traffic to your site.

Comments

Reminder: Don't add your links here, but rather there >

Volker Weber, 2010-01-26 20:02

Still thought, i deleted something and getting kickt because of this ;)

Yves Menge, 2010-01-26 20:30

Dropbox is great. When you unshared the folder it simply became a normal folder in my dropbox with all the latest presentations still in it, so my macs carry on synchronising...

Andy Mell, 2010-01-26 23:31

Well I for one found the Dropbox to be very useful. I reviewed quite a few of the presentations to get a feel for the content before attending the sessions. So thankyou for doing this Volker, it made my Lotusphere a better experience.

Adam Brown, 2010-01-28 00:39

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